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  • Tony's Famous Spaghetti
    Pass the breadbasket! Tony's Famous Spaghetti serves the best up-to-the-minute Italian fare. It serves everything including gluten-free and low-fat options. The large dining space at Tony's Famous Spaghetti provides quick and easy seating options for large groups. Enjoy the beautiful weather while you chow down — with outdoor seating, Tony's Famous Spaghetti is a great summer destination. Tony's Famous Spaghetti offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Take the comfort of your own home and add great grub from Tony's Famous Spaghetti to create the perfect night. Whether you are looking for street or lot parking, Tony's Famous Spaghetti is close to both. Your bill at Tony's Famous Spaghetti will rarely go over $15, so you can really indulge!
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    834 E Division St
    Springfield, MO US
  • Springfield Fit 2 Fight
    Though Springfield Fit 2 Fight's jiu jitsu team competes at a national level—the studio also teaches the basics during beginner classes. During these sessions, students learn jiu jitsu moves that allow them to take on bigger opponents by focusing on leverage rather than brute strength. The gym also hosts boxing, krav maga, and kickboxing lessons in its well-appointed confines, which features a play center for visitors' kids.
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    1424 North Hampton Avenue
    Springfield, MO US
  • Steak-Out
    Steak-Out prepares and delivers slabs of protein sustenance secured from 100% grain-fed American cattle. All entrees—such as the filet mignon ($14.99) and the grilled chicken-breast filet ($9.99)—are accompanied by a salad, a roll, and a buttered and sourly creamed baked potato. Spouses of sand-dwelling warlocks, such as the sirloin steak sandwich ($7.99), carry extra baggage consisting of cheese, chips, and condiments. Desserts, such as a slice of the New York–style cheesecake (starting at $4.49) or an oatmeal-raisin cookie ($0.75), assist in smoothly transitioning imbibers into postmeal naps. Mini mouths can gnaw on a kids' meal, which features a palate-pleasing cheeseburger ($4.29) and chicken nuggets ($3.99).
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    550 E Chestnut Expy
    Springfield, MO US
  • Cafe Cusco
    A waterfall of shells dangles above the mantel, upon which a parrot perches. The bar is crafted from carved wood and framed with transoms of stained glass. Walking through the door at Cafe Cusco, it's difficult for guests not to be enchanted by the interior, especially if they're lucky enough to score one of the sumptuous booths, whose wood and stained glass echo the bar, and whose tapestry-wrapped cushions cosset them better than their mother's lap. This decor sets the scene for comforting plates of Peruvian food such as lomo saltado, with its zesty tamari sauce and tomatoes, and arroz con mariscos, a tumble of seafood and rice cooked with white wine and red pepper.
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    234 East Commercial Street
    Springfield, MO US
  • Queen City Emporium
    A staunch adherent to the do-it-yourself philosophy, Queen City Emporium is a haven for local artisans and independent designers looking to hawk their handmade, one-of-a-kind wares. Curators tend to an ever-changing, frequently updated menagerie of vintage-inspired apparel, distinctive jewelry, and trendy accessories. Items such as Sparkle Candy's vintage Bingo bobby pins ($6) brighten lonely locks with authentic materials and careful craftsmanship, and organic cotton tea towels from Slide Sideways ($18) add a touch of homespun class to tea parties both real and imaginary. Queen City Emporium keeps the DIY spirit alive at the sink as well, with toiletries and soaps like the haupia hand soap from Passion Moon Potions ($4) giving tired mitts the cool relief of coconut cream without the shocked stares and ant bites usually associated with a handful of dessert.
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    200 East Commercial Street
    Springfield, MO US
  • Student Book Exchange
    In addition to carrying used textbooks, the Student Book Exchange prepares students for life outside of class with a variety of tools and college-branded tokens representing Missouri State University, Drury University, Webster University, and other local colleges. Patrons can don a maroon MSU basketball T-shirt ($11.99), wield a Texas Instruments BA II Plus financial calculator for speedy differential calculus ($27.99), or brandish Greek-emblazoned flare to fit in at social mixers or at a house party on Mount Olympus. Hard-studying pupils can also equip themselves for class with books from the reading lists of several nearby schools, such as Comins’ Discovering the Essential Universe ($72.95 new; $49.95 used) or Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics ($10.50 new; $2.95 used).
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    601 N National Ave
    Springfield, MO US
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